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of the extra cloud cover. we start in the 50s this morning, look how quickly we jump to 80 at noon inland. lunchtime mid 50s at the coast. mid 80s by 4:00 inland near 80 around the bay and low 60s coast. next three days the warmest in the forecast, low to mid 90s inland valleys, upper 70s to low 80s around the bay, mid 60s to possibly a few 70s out at the coast, a lot more sun there. let's turn it over to sue. >>> good morning. a map of antioch eastbound highway 4, typical, construction ongoing at loveridge diverted off for another 20 minutes then right back on the freeway. westbound drive looking good antioch towards pittsburg on to concord area just under 10 minutes towards highway 242, so far, so good. 101 through marin continues with roadwork northbound at sir francis drake at the overpass, slow traffic southbound past the scene, a lot of machinery on the road for the repaving. central valley still good, 15 minutes from the altamont pass to the dublin-pleasanton area, a nice drive for you. southbound 101 through san rafael, past freitas parkway towards the civic center light. we have
sunny. upper 70s to upper 80s inland. >>> good morning. commute getting underway with good news in the santa cruz mountains southbound 17 was closed most of it at night northbound lanes too all reopen in the santa cruz mountains both northbound and southbound smoothly this is the macarthur maze lane closure reopened traffic is flowing smoothly through there. bay bridge toll very light minor delay for cash paying folks. >>> we are continuing to follow developing news out of santa cruz county where a tanker fire shutdown highway 17 overnight in the last 20 minutes highway patrol reopened lanes. terry mcsweeney joins us live from there. >> reporter: if you -- southbound 17 absolutely wide open, chp gone, caltrans gone, everything flowing smoothly southbound and northbound a few minutes ago i saw the truck that was involved in that fire towed, southbound rather northbound towards san jose that caused a slow -- a bit of delay as chp escorted that burned tanker truck out of the santa cruz mountains. take a look from sky 7 hd pictures from last night 10:00 this is what it looked like.
's no doubt its genuine fury. protesters at the u.s. embassy even tore down the stars and stripes to hoist the fundamentalist islamic slack. across the muslim world and the american banker fuelled a destructive frenzy this week. and where there was no embassy they went for american symbols. can see and hardee's restaurant was torched. and a highly respected american school over run and looted. but wasn't really a clumsy u.s.- made film that caused all of this. in fact editor of the newspaper said the real roots lie much deeper. >>> american foreign policy for a long time was doing a lot of harm. >>> in egypt american long supported the widely despised president mubarak who was toppled by a popular uprising just last year. >>> weaker speaking about the long history of mistrust and anchor and will finally get their reason. >>> especially in poor muslim countries were millions face chronic injustice and corruption. in cairo this week protesters didn't actually reached the embassy but they did invade the grounds before riot police drove them back teargas. it took its president three old da
in atlanta, this is "early start weekend." >>> we will bring to justice those who took them from us. >> the u.s. embassy is under attack. blamed for protests against america in more than a dozen countries and the deaths of four americans. >>> red lines. they're the breaking points. the thresholds of no return and maybe what separates peace from war. all morning, we're putting red lines in focus. >>> you want to supersize that big mac and fries, you might think twice. mcdonald's starts listing calories on its menu next week. >>> it is saturday, september 15th, i'm randi kaye. >> i'm victor blackwell. >>> and we're starting this morning with those anti-american protests now in more than a dozen countries around the world. this video is from sydney, australia, where peaceful protest this morning turned violent. the confrontation between police and protesters happened in front of the u.s. consulate there. >>> also overnight in los angeles county, the man behind the film that sparked these protests were escorted from his home by police for questioning. >>> the protests in australia and the questioni
is up, 6:59. it will be gray at our coast. temperatures have dropped into the 40s in some spots. but for the rest of the morning, we are talking low to mid-50s and some upper 50s. then by noontime we will see mostly sunny skies, 60s and 70s. a few high clouds drifting by this afternoon for temperatures of slightly cooler, a little bit more of a sea breeze. we will see mid-60s downtown, 70s around the bay. low 70s for oakland today with mid-80s inland. and this evening a little bit more fog. so we have a railroad fall-like forecast. the rest of it is upcoming. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. >> a federal criminal investigation of chevron's richmond's refinery is underway. officials are examining why chevron allowed hydrocarbon gases to by-passed through monitoring equipment to be burned off or flared. the "san francisco chronicle" reports the u.s. environmental protection agency has launched a criminal probe over the 2010 discovery of a pipeline that routed sulfur dioxide gases around pollution controls. epa investigators want to know who at chevron was aware of the bypass pipe, and
, and that is helping to cool off numbers in the overnight hours. fifty-three in concord, mid to upper 50s around san jose. so widespread 50s in most cases. if in the north bay valley directions, pet to allow ma, santa row is a, all singing back into the mid to upper 40s this morning. so, again, that compressing air bringing a very shallow marine layer, less than a thousands feet. seeing a little bit slip into the bay. most waking up with mostly clear skies, mostly cloudy for the afternoon. afternoon highs look like this, 88 for santa row is a, 88, nap pa. mid to upper 70s around the east bay, 79 in oakland, 80 for heyward, 90s in the valley, 93 for pittsburgh, mid to upper 80s near san jose. 76 in santa cruz. at the boardwalk nice. eighty-four redwood city, 71 in the city. today the hottest day into the workweek. numbers will fall off back to below average this time of year thursday into friday and a bump with weekend in view saturday and sunday. >>> 7:12. >>> pretty embarrassing reason. a california delegate is heading home from the democratic convention before it's even started. >>> plus who stole
. that is kind of capping that fog so it will burn off sooner. 60s, 70s and also 80s. the system that gave us the cool down now in the rockies. high pressure building in behind that may give us our first september offshore breeze friday and saturday. patchy fog today. 60s, 70s. 80s inland. clear lake in there. sonoma 82. freemont, 76. palo alto a little warmer. maybe even the coast getting in on the sunshine. tory, dave. >>> thank you, steve. oakland mayor's deadline to appear at a deposition on police reform or face possible contempt of court charges. a federal magistrate threatened punitive action if he skipped another deposition on the pace of court ordered police reform. the mayor canceled an appearance at a deposition august 30th saying she had to attend a city council meeting. the mayor said she will be ated to's deposition. >>> oakland police are looking for the suspect of a deadly shooting that happened crust before 9:00 last night about a block away there the oakland coliseum station. police say the victim was transported to the hospital where he died. >>> time now 7:10. congresswoma
the coast line. see low pressure mainly in the low mid 50's perhaps upper 40's north bay valley there water vapor satellite image this area of orange color here indicates very dry air aloft. that dry air will soon be replaced by more moist air as we pull back and show you the remnant of tropical storm elian a and moisture from tropical depression john flowing in our direction. in our direction already and reaching us soon. start the forecast animation at 11:00 o'clock tonight and overnight tomorrow night into wednesday we see some of the clouds and sub tropical moisture flowing up into the bay area and by wednesday slight chance of showers mainly south of monterey or from monterey south ward but still close enough that it is important to post it and show you it is on its way. tomorrow nothing but mainly sunny skies on the way and another warm day as well south bay high pressure mainly in the mid upper 80's. 85 at san jose. 86 at cupertino. up to 90 at los gatos. peninsula we see high high ranging from mid 70's to 80's. 75 at millbrae. 78 san mateo o. 83 at palo alto. mount view. o
.m. aug. temperatures of the year highs in the mid-90s and triple digits at inland locations, new highs anticipated, we look at the temperatures we see the inland areas the area's we anticipate record highs tomorrow san jose, triple digits livermore, possibility of a new record of 104 in livermore monday will pinpoint the hottest day this week coming up. >>> rough-and-tumble politics in richmond scuffle between city council member and an activist and it with more arrest candidates' debate thursday night more is a member of the richmond progressive alliance 0 local political group that is at odds over an other man client the other man punched him reporter don knapp will have more at 6:30 >>> she spent 15 years under house arrest because she was an outspoken and fight for democracy in burma the pro- democracy activist was in san francisco part of a u.s. visit that includes standing ovations in washington and that the united nations anne mackovic explains robert parents is important. >>> those of my generation know i've come to san francisco with flowers in my hair >>> and not simply as "
skies and there is evening temperatures from mid-50s upper 70s and mainly sunny skies from about 49 to 57. there is sunny skies and warm again from coast to inland. highs mid-60s tomorrow and maybe rising into mid to upper 60s, around 90 into warmest loks. there is more warming coming our way later into the week. the accu-weather forecast is coming up shortly. >> thank you. >> still ahead on abc 7 news, facebook ceo mark zuckerberg speaks for the first time since his company's ipo. what he is saying now about this situation. >> and we're counting down until apple's big day. there is a live report coming up. >> and later, michael finney is looking at what you need to know to protect your data when getting ready to recycle smart phone autos taking a look at traffic it's slow going. you can see for drivers across the bay bridge... it's been this way since about 2:30 today. for folks heading south, quite a bit easier. the news at 4:00 continues right after this. >>> a couple of hoursing akre mark zuckerberg broke his silence, speaking for the first time since the rocky initial public of
's been over a month and a half. it's ridiculous. that's86 degrees. very much summer like day in the west. no signs really of rain or a cooldown kind of continuing. >> all right, bill. thank you. aid on the way for spain. italy, everyone wants a piece of the airlines. current economic conditions for the tooth fairy. early morning headlines are straight ahead. >>> justin bieber has a new tattoo, how many does he have, and what was his first? stay tuned. >>> another mild show for tiger woods. a pair of walk-offs out west and a thrilling end to the first weekend of the college football season. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning and welcome back to "early today." i'm lynn berry, and here are some of your top headlines this morning. "the new york times" reports the u.s. is close to an economic deal with egypt's new government to eliminate $1 billion of egypt's debt to help make the transition to democracy. >>> syrian president bashir al assad says there will be no dialogue with the opposition before the army imposes security throughout the country. meanwhile an opposition group sa
's still time. and i say, wait for what? wait until when? >> reporter: israel wants the u.s. to commit to a so-called redline with iran. if iran steps over it, they face military action against their nuclear sites. >> those international community who refuse to put redlines before iran don't have a moral right to place a red light before israel. >> reporter: israel wants u.s. support because at some point its own air force won't be able to hit iran's nuclear sites in increasingly hardens underground bunkers. with two months to election day, the u.s. administration isn't anxious to get specific. >> the american people know that the president has said unequivocally he will not allow iran to obtain a nuclear weapon. i'm not going to get into how you unpack exactly what, who, how, when. >> reporter: but not setting a line can also be risky while negotiations go on. >> on the other side of this is if you don't set very clear limits to iran's behavior, you can go on indefinitely. >> reporter: during his recent trip to israel, defense secretary leon panetta was very aware iran has moved ahead
the situation was very different. as hundreds of muslims attacked the u.s. embassy because some crank here in america put out an anti-muslim video. because of the internet, that kind of stuff goes worldwide very quickly and the video gave those nuts in cairo an excuse to turn violent. to try to head that off, the u.s. embassy there issued a statement saying quote: the embassy of the united states and cairo condemns the continuing efforts by misguided individuals to hurt the religion is just feelings of muslims as we condemn efforts to offend believers of all religions, unquote. again, that statement was issued before, before the american embassy was attacked last night. now, as talking points stated yesterday, muslim fanatics will use any excuse to attack not only americans but anyone they consider to be an infidel. there is no question about that and it is the responsibility of the egyptian government to protect the american embassy. the egyptian government did not do that so they must be held accountable. back here, the issue is clearly being used in the presidential campaign. here is w
- struggling economy. u.s. employers did add 96,000 jobs in august, but that was well short of expectations. in addition, revised numbers showed 41,000 fewer jobs were created in june and july than first estimated. and the key manufacturing sector dropped 15,000 workers, the largest decline in two years. president obama left charlotte shortly after the report was released, traveling with vice- president biden to portsmouth, new hampshire. there, he emphasized that overall, the private sector is adding jobs. >> today, we learned that, after losing around 800,000 jobs a month when i took office, business once again added jobs for the 30th month in row, a total of more than 4.6 million jobs. ( cheers and applause ) but... but that's not good enough. we know it's not good enough; we need to create more jobs faster. we need to fill the hole left by this recession faster. we need to come out of this crisis stronger. >> brown: and the president insisted all of that could happen much faster, provided republicans in congress are willing to work with him. >> if the republicans are serious about being
in the bloomingdale neighborhood in northwest. fox 5's karen gray houston is live with the story. it looks like the floodwaters that were behind you have receded, but not too long ago we were told cars were floating down the street. >> reporter: right. can you believe it? we were on rhode island avenue between first and second streets and the water has receded. it looks nothing like it did even a few minutes ago. earlier this street was blocked off entirely. the fire department sent units out that had to rescue several people trapped in and on top of their cars. the flooding here in the bloomingdale area happened in what seemed like just an instant. the water started rising high enough to lift cars up onto the median on rhode island avenue. the red toyota hybrid you're seeing belongs to a young woman who was eating out with friends at the boundary cafe. she got that car for christmas, by the way, last year and now it sees as if it's a otal loss -- seems as if it's a total loss. >> i'm just frustrated because we were not expecting this at all, just out to dinner. >> reporter: so much for going
from obtaining a nuclear weapon. prime minister netanyahu has been pressuring the u.s. to lay down a so-called red line on iran that would prompt military action. at the u.n. he used a prop to drive home his point. >> a red line should be drawn right here. before iran completes the second stage of nuclear enrichment necessary to make a bomb. >> reporter: while some have accused the prime minister of pressuring the president to help gop nominee mitt romney, mr. netanyahu has said his actions are not tied to the u.s. political calendar. the white house downplays any friction between the two leaders and brushes aside criticism that there was no face-to-face meeting. >> the president has met with and spent time on the phone with prime minister netanyahu more than with any leader since he took office. and that is reflective of the importance of and the closeness of the relationship between the united states and israel. >> reporter: the white house would not say if the two leaders talked about the so-called red line, which of course is a key issue. and no specifics on how they will stop iran
. >> i'm alisyn camerota. begin with a fox news alert. chaos in cairo continues. this as two u.s. marines were killed and dozens injured after an attack on a base in afghanistan. now al qaeda has a new target. prince harry, live on the ground straight ahead. >> while the mobs in the middle east winds up the white house plays the blame game. >> not to response to white house policy. obviously not to the administration and not to the american people. it is response to a video a film. is a youtube clip really at fault? we report, you decide. >> the economy continues to burn. new report this morning that america's credit rating has been downgraded again. what this means for your wallet on "fox & friends" which begins right now. ♪ ♪ >> good morning, everybody, thanks for joining us bright and early. we want to welcome tucker carlson to the set of "fox & friends." it's great to have you here in person. not just via satellite i'm happy to be here. >> happy to be here as well. >> happy to have both of you here on this intense weekend happening around the world. we start with a fox news alert.
million of the 45 million will go towards communication equipment for the rebels. something that the u.s. has previously funded. the other 30 million, according to secretary of state clinton will go toward humanitarian aid. >> as more parts of syria's control slips from the regime, to the opposition, we're supporting civilian opposition groups as they begin providing essential services. reopening schools, rebuilding homes, and the other necessities of life. >> >> of course, what the opposition really wants is action from the united nations security council. but absent still the support of russia and china, that quite simply, shep, is not going to happen. >> shepard: jonathan, what more do we know about the movement of these chemical weapons in syria. >> u.s. officials appear to know very little. that may be part of the problem. because, quite simply, shep, while secretary panetta said that these chemical weapons have been moved, they don't know exactly who has had access to them. listen to this. as to, you know, the movement of some of these materials and whether or not they have been ex
of libya. a state department worker is dead, killed in a violent attack on a u.s. consulate. >>> u.s. diplomats are on alert in that region. and the situation is being called a very dangerous one as a new day dawns in the region. it is wednesday, september 12th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good morning. i'm john muller. >> good morning, everybody. i'm paula faris. we will get to the developing news in just a moment. >>> but first, 9/11 remembered. how new york city, pennsylvania, and the nation's capital marked a solemn day. a bit differently than they have in year's past. this is my first time actually being in new york city on the anniversary, and, very, very somber mood in this city today. >> absolutely. >>> also this morning, americans spent more than $1 billion on a popular health supplement, a prominent new study shows that fish oil may just be as effective as snake oil. we'll tell you about that. >> snake oil? >> snake oil salesman, you know the expression, doesn't do anything? >> i am just kidding. >> suckered me again. >> i know what you are ta
before the scandal broke. that happened after the shooting death of a u.s. border patrol agent in december 2010. the report said lower-level officials should have briefed holder on the situation earlier on. for more on the findings, we're joined by evan perez, who covers the justice department for the "wall street journal." evanwelce. remind us first what this s all about. >> well, this was operation conceid inhoenix, in the a.t.f. office in phoenix. and the plan was to basically go after big-gun traffickers. they wanted to follow guns and see where it led and see if they could get to some major figures in gun trafficking. it was in 2009/2010 and they allowed, essentially, agents allowed about 2,000 firearms to be trafficked to suspected smugglers, many of which were-- have turned up in months since in crime scenes in mexico and the united states. there was very little effort to interdict the weapons to stop them from going across the bordeand, of course, with the deh ofgentryan try and other deaths, we see what the consequences are. >> brown: so the key questions became-- of
speech. the labor department reporting u.s. employers only added 96,000 jobs last month, well low the 125,000 needed to show economic improvement. add to that the unemployment rate dropped 8.1 for the wrong reason. it fell .2% in july but because many gave up looking. >> in new hampshire, the president acknowledged the bad news but tried to put a good spin on it. >> after losing around 800,000 jobs a month when i took office, business added jobs for the 30th month in a row. a total of more than 4.6 million jobs. but -- but that's not good enough. we know it's not good enough. we need to create more jobs faster. >> either way the jobs news presents a major challenge to the president in the homestretch of the election. carl cameron has the romney campaign reaction to the report. ed henry is in the president's next stop, iowa city, iowa. it clearly is not the news the president wanted, especially coming out of his convention. >> that's right. a blow to the president. back to last night, not just the president's speech but vice president biden claimed we've turned the corner. now questions ab
on our consulate in libya. in the middle of the growing storm, squarely is the u.s. ambassador is the united nations susan rice. almost two weeks ago she claimed the assault was a spontaneous protest that spun out of control. white house officials admitting it was a coordinated terrorist attack. speaking earlier on fox news, peter king says rice should step down over this. >> the person that was out there. the person that was going to get all the glory, all the morning shows was ambassador rice. to send a clear message to the world and to american people this will not be tolerated, she should resign but also should investigate and find out how high up this went. >> gregg: welcome to a brand-new hour. i'm gregg jarrett. >> heather: i'm heather childers. a new debate rages in washington. what did white house officials know and when did they know it. demand for answers into the shifting accounts coming not just from republicans but lawmakers from both sides of the aisle. attack in benghazi that left four americans dead, including chris stevens, ambassador to libya. molly henneberg
at the obama administration's evolving attempts to explain who's responsible for the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in libya. is the confusion becoming a political liability? and mitt romney says he has a little secret. you're going to hear him predict he'll win a state most experts think is safely in president obama's column. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> we're down to just 39 days until the presidential election. in about 20 minutes the president begins a series of fundraisers right here in washington. those are the only public events on his calendar today. yet this is the same day the president didn't have time for a face-to-face meeting with the israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu who's in new york. instead they spoke by phone. here's cnn's white house correspondent dan lothian. dan. >> reporter: wolf, the white house always stresses that the president and prime minister netanyahu are in touch frequently. they downplay any daylight between the two leaders. but they didn't meet face-to-face this week. and so one phone call is getting a lot of attention. p
. demonstrations erupt near the u.s. embassy in yemen one day after the ambassador and three other americans were killed in libya. >>> a mob tried to overrun the embassy wall in cairo. an expanding foreign policy crisis for president obama. >>> meanwhile, on the political front, mitt romney stands by his criticism of the obama administration's handling of the volatile situation in the middle east. those same conservative voices who were knocking on monday are singing romney's praises now. >>> also this morning, former florida governor charlie crist says the gop left him, now he's moving left to help president obama get re-elected. account ex-gov gin up some love in the sunshine state? >>> good morning from washington. it is thursday, september 13, 2012. this is "the daily rundown." i'm chuck todd. >>> we begin with another tumultuous day in the middle east. is president obama dealing with a full fledged foreign policy crisis? sure looks like it this morning. froefts in the arab world linked to an amateur film denouncing islam fueling the demonstrations. hundreds stormed the u.s. embassy grounds i
at this tranquil setting here on coney island beach. s because it looks phenomenal. but below the water surface we have threat of rip currents. it's not just here. to goes from maine to miami. the reason why is we have tropical storm leslie churning in the atlantic as that enhances the wave action along the eastern seaseaboard, it will ca the water to pile up in some places. when that water piles up on the shoreline, alex, it doesn't stay anchored there. it has to go back into deeper water. when that occurs at a quick, accelerated rate, it actually cuts a groove right through the sandbar. those grooves cause the water to move very quickly, at times up to eight feet per second. that could knock you off your feet, pull you into deeper water. that's when panic sets in. 80% of all lifeguard rescues have to do with rip currents, and they were very busy yesterday along the jersey shore, in fact, rescuing three people in a short amount of time. people aren't supposed to get in the water today. you see a couple out here. we may have a few rescues before the day is out. >> really awesome explanation on rip
the group's second in command. the yemenis say it appears a u.s. drone fired the missile that killed him. american officials have not confirmed it openly but u.s. forces have previously droned suspects in yemen. the target in this latest strike, a saudi national who fought in afghanistan and did six years at guantanamo bay. that stent in gitmo made him a rock star to his buddies we are told. a yemeni government official earlier told fox news officials have recovered d.n.a. from the site and analyzing it now to confirm that he is dead. the yemenis perhaps a little cautious because previous reports of his death later turned out to be inaccurate. stool was not in session today for some 400,000 students in chicago. after the city's public school teachers went on strike for the first time in more than two decades. [chanting] members of the chicago teachers union picketing across the city including outside cellular field on the south side after teachers and city officials missed last night's deadline to reach a new contract. this is the largest strike our nation has seen all year from any indu
on an investigation into the program that allowed thousands of illegal firearms to cross the u.s. mexico border. >> woodruff: then, congress awards burma's opposition leader its highest civilian honor. margaret warner examines the country's move toward democracy. >> ifill: students headed back to school in chicago today. ray suarez assesses the lessons learned from that city's teachers' strike and what it might mean for the nation. >> woodruff: we have two political stories. first, what the latest polls tell us about what's driving voters this fall. >> ifill: and a conversation with journalist bob woodward, whose new book offers an inside look at partisan bickering over last summer's debt limit deal. >> some of the negotiations, some of the proposals, were made impulsively by telephone. there is a monumental miscommunication here that sets the whole thing off. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. and with the ongoing support of these institutio
was the owner of business. he came to the u.s. from israel and started the company more than 30 years ago. >> his kids and wife, that was the center of his world. >> it's truely shocking. we're in a deep state of numbness and mourning. three our hugs and prayers and turning to god. >> heather: the shooter's family say he struggled for years with mental illness. >> gregg: crucial moment coming up in the race for the white house. this coming wednesday, mitt romney and president obama will be squaring off in their very first debate. no political handlers on the stage and no advisors, no 30 seconds commercials. two men going on one on one with the debate posing a crucial test for both candidates. how big are the stakes? joining us is erin mcpike national reporter. good to see you. as the challenger who is admittedly behind in the polls, governor romney is an underdog, does that give him an advantage and if he does well with let's say 50 million people watching, could it reversed direction of his campaign? >> it's very possible. romney campaign has said all along that the debates are going to
to the beaches. showers along the air yas. look how hot it is still in texas. we'd like to get rid of those 100s. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. today in chicago, 87 degrees. the front is kind of stalling out just to your south. you'll be okay. memphis still very warm at 95. look at oklahoma city, 103. we really haven't gotten any rain in a long time. so the heat in the middle of the country still with the drought conditions are very severe. >> unfortunately. all right, bill, thank you. >>> coming up, eight on the way for spain and italy, everyone wants a piece of american airlines, and the current economic conditions for the tooth fairy. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, justin bieber has a new tattoo. what is it? how many does he have? and what was the first? so many questions, so little time. stay tuned. >>> another milestone for tiger woods, a pair of walk-offs out west, and a thrilling end to the first weekend of the college football season. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning and w
. >> rick: new s in a tough race oust florida, rang congressman west unveiled new attack ad, featuring his opponent's mugshot. peter doocy has more. >> reporter: the incumbent in the race for the see the in the 18th district lt. colonel allen west, a republican is trying give voters a clear choice, called one of the most devastating contrast ads. >> february 16th, 2003 fort hood, texas colonel west just received deployment orders and prepares his men to go to war. that night miami, patrick murphy thrown out of a club for fighting covered in alcohol, unable to stan. >> reporter: murphy campaign defending their candidate. by shining a light on an incident where west shot a gun near the head of an iraqi he was interrogating he was fined $5,000 before being allowed to retire with full benefits. murphy camp's take is west is attacking murphy for a mistake he made as a teenager. >> reporter: internal poll taken this week puts congressman west ahead by 11, 52-41. last month a poll had the two virtually tied. murphy 47, west 46. it is close, rick. >> rick: peter, thanks. >> arthel: new fallout ove
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